Abnormal anomaly scan

More little BLWers in the making... <rubs hands>

Re: Abnormal anomaly scan

Postby ches » 05 Feb 2012, 19:48

I can't believe you haven't been offered genetic counselling! We weren't allowed near the CVS procedure without having it preemptively and were given the offer of follow-up counselling but declined as we felt we understood everything (that further testing wouldn't resolve the uncertainty over the result).
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Re: Abnormal anomaly scan

Postby PerpetualMadness » 06 Feb 2012, 23:37

I spoke to my friend and she said they would definitely see you. Either now or after your little boy is born. You can be refered through your GP. She also highly recommended the klinefelter's syndrome association as a resource.
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Re: Abnormal anomaly scan

Postby Aggie » 08 Feb 2012, 13:24

Thanks for the finding out for me PM. I appreciate it. I may talk to my MW about it when I next see her. I did have a look at the klinefelter syndrome association's website and it scared me a bit! I'm geberally avoiding looking about it on the internet for now.
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Re: Abnormal anomaly scan

Postby PerpetualMadness » 08 Feb 2012, 13:27

She also said that it's usually very mild, especially when mosaicism is involved, and that most people never know they have it until they have trouble conceiving and it shows up on the screens. She was really very positive. ((((()))))
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